Review of: Living in a cloud 

reviewed by monkeman on 07/04/2004
very nice way to present works of art, my favorite being the sculpture of the head kissing then crossing itself and turning to negative then opening in the center for a transition. I absoloutely loved the soundtrack to this piece, I thought it was brilliant. i even liked the way some of the pieces moved into one another. The clouds, on the other hand, got to be a little overkill, I found it vying for my attention against the artwork underneath. As well, some of the sparkly stuff, it seemed very random, I don't thiink it was neccessary. other than that, it was very enjoyable, Kudos!

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